Citing ‘Gutless Leadership,’ Senators Denounce Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf

In a hearing on the fake account scandal that has infuriated consumers and regulators alike, Mr. Stumpf’s apologies and explanations fell on deaf ears.

Retracing a Suspect’s Journey: From a Bomb Site to a Quiet Doorway

Investigators believe Ahmad Khan Rahami, the suspect in the Manhattan and New Jersey bombings, may have gone to the bar where he was captured on foot — a trek winding through family homes and an industrial corridor.

Obama, in Farewell to U.N., Calls for Global ‘Course Correction’

In the last General Assembly address of his presidency, Mr. Obama said the gains made in recent decades were threatened by “unease and strife.”

The Run-Up: Is Lying Trump’s Strategy?

Mike Murphy and Paul Begala try to understand how Donald Trump could utter such a demonstrably deceptive statement about his role in the birther movement.

Ahmad Khan Rahami’s Father Told Police in 2014 His Son Was a Terrorist, Officials Say

The father made the statement to New Jersey police when Mr. Rahami was arrested after a domestic dispute, prompting a review by federal agents.

Japan’s Newest Technology Innovation: Priest Delivery

In a country where disruptive start-ups are relatively rare, a new service available on Amazon ignites a debate over faith and money.

Sheldon Adelson Focuses on Congressional Races, Despite Donald Trump’s Pleas

Mr. Adelson, the Las Vegas casino magnate, donated $40 million to Republicans in House and Senate races, with only $5 million going to Mr. Trump’s presidential efforts.

Liev Schreiber, the Reluctant Rake

Starring in the revival of “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” Mr. Schreiber doesn’t see himself as a womanizer: It’s “an awkward, uncomfortable mismatch.”

Syria Aid Convoys Suspended After Airstrike on Trucks

U.N. officials were dumbfounded by the attack on the convoy, which occurred after the Syrian military declared that a partial cease-fire was over.

Greeks Appeal for Aid After Fire Damages Refugee Camp

The blaze, which started inside the main Moria camp of Lesbos, destroyed 50 homes and dozens of tents, driving about 4,400 migrants into nearby fields, aid workers said.


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